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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: Servlet front page without redirect - Tomcat 4.1 with mod_rewrite and mod_jk2
Date Sun, 07 Sep 2003 03:42:33 GMT
This can be done for:
1) TC 3.3.2-dev with a non-default setting.
2) TC 5.0.9+ with default settings.

You can't currently do this on any 4.x version.

"A. Zazula" <a_zazula@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:20030907005349.60336.qmail@web12904.mail.yahoo.com...
> Okay, I'm trying to solve my problem by using mod_rewrite with mod_jk2
> now. I've spent several days on this problem to date and I'm more than
> a little frustrated.
>
> When the user types "http://mysight.org" I want the page they get to
> be generated by a servlet but without a redirect. So they won't be
> redirected to http://mysight.org/index.jsp or something. When their
> browser location bar sees "http://mysight.org" they'll be looking at a
> page generated by a java servlet.
>
> This can be obviously done with Perl (slashdot.org is proof---you
> aren't redirected to slashdot.org/index.pl) and it can probably be
> done with every other non-Java language. Can it be done with a Java
> servlet? Is the combination of Apache 2.0.47, Tomcat 4.1.27,  mod_jk2,
> and mod_rewrite powerful enough to be able to accomplish this
> extraordinary technical feat or do I have to switch to Perl because
> that community obviously figured it out?
>
>
>
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